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Re: [atlarge-discuss] Re: [ncdnhc-discuss] Joe Sims repsonds to criticism of Reformdocument

At 01:00 PM 6/2/2002 -0700, eric@hi-tek.com wrote:
>As I just checked you do not know anything about representative sampling or
>representative results.

The degrees in psychology and communications included multiple courses and 
projects in statistics and research methodology.

The practical aspects of sampling concerns is covered in methodology course 
work, far more than regular stat courses.


ps.  Regular marketing coursework does not cover statistics or 
methodology.  (Along with other ways that I know this, my wife teaches 
marketing.)  For competent work in the survey arena, there are a few, very 
specialized programs in the country for teaching survey research.  Survey 
research borders on qualifying as a black art.  When surveys are performed 
by someone who has not taken such course work, they usually perform it 

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